Liquid roofing and waterproofing
Liquid Membrane Waterproofing involves the application of a monolithic, fully bonded, liquid based coating to a roof. The coating cures to form a rubber-like elastomeric waterproof membrane. Liquid roofing is generally laid in two or three coats with a fibreglass or polyester reinforcement.
Liquid waterproofing can be laid as an overlay to an existing roofing system, both bituminous and single ply, as well as a complete system for new build or re-roofing projects, including incorporating insulation to current Building Regulations standards.
This cold applied system, can be quickly and easily laid with a minimum of disruption. Liquid roofing can be a cost effective solution that will be compatible with most substrates.
It is particularly useful where there may be a fire hazard as no heat or flame is required as well as areas with difficult access or problem details.
Top coatings can be applied to provide a walking surface for terraces and balconies.
Finally, this is a fast curing system, and it will be easy to maintain. Depending on the system, extended guarantees are available. It is also available in a range of specifications to suit all needs.
When should you choose liquid roofing?
- It is usually used for remedial covering, without removing the current material.
- Good for heavy traffic areas, e.g. balconies, due to the strong properties of the material
- New Build specifications are available.
- Systems include primer, layers of waterproofing liquid, reinforced fibre layer and protective top layer.
- Applied by roller, brush, squegee or spray.
- Also, Southend, Chelmsford, Maldon, Rochford, Shoeburyness, Leigh on Sea, Westcliff, Canvey, Braintree, Basildon, Brentwood, Burnham on Crouch, Epping, Ongar, Colchester, Witham and Tiptree.